Chris Yega has just got on stage at Google’s I/O conference, announcing that Google will be moving into education, with the introduction of the Google Play Store for education, which is basically a new app store that organizes apps by their education type and age.

This also recommends content for specific education types.

Content can then be pushed to students in a Google+ service, pushing apps either free or paid to all users within that list, as well as other content such as YouTube videos.

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